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Will the maker of this video be subject to rendition, torture, secret detention, and then being murdered for producing videos that support small business, the self-employed, free thinking, and Free Speech? Well with the signing of the NDAA by Obama on Dec. 31, 2011, where Military Detention indefinitely with no hearing, no reasons given, and no release date is the law of the land. Torture is legal, if performed by US contractors, anywhere in the world. This video would not be available for view with the passage of internet censorship efforts like SOPA and PIPA. Let's fight back by distributing DVDs hand to hand, just in case, AND continue uploading protest videos here on

I intend on starting a national movement to video various US state residents pissing on portraits of any officials who voted for the NDAA and who vote for internet censorship, making a video of it and uploading it. Make the staff of politicians who voted for the NDAA about the videos. So a politician can then see what their constituents think of them and there actions. I intend on doing two so far. The first one will be me pissing on Connecticut US Senator Joe Lieberman's printed picture of his face. The second will be on Vermont US Senator Patrick Leahy.

International corporate and banker interests would just as soon bulldoze all the history, old houses, and shops in Salem, Massachusetts, and like communities, worldwide, to set up luxury condos for the rich, and make the world look like a Strip Mall of corporate chain stores. View this video and see what we need to preserve, and please understand why we must all fight back, right now. This video to be embedded as a blog post on [this blog].

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Added: Jan-23-2012 Occurred On: Jan-22-2012
By: SvenVonErick
Tags: US, Salem, Massachusetts, protest, corporations, banksters, small business, self-employed, NDAA, SOPA, PIPA, internet, censorship, independent, film
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, United States (load item map)
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